Humana People to People India (HPPI) is a non-profit organisation working for the holistic development of marginalised populations in rural and urban India. Established in 1998, today it is an organisation with an organisational strength of over 4,000 people, and working in 7,000 villages across 92 districts. As of 2020-21, through its work, it had reached out to 2.8 million individuals. Its considerable experience offers opportunity for learners to reflect upon how an organisation with a wide footprint across thematic sectors and geographies has managed to remain connected and relevant to its founding grassroot ethos.
The case engages with how HPPI evolved a structure, culture and organisational leadership to hold together multiple kinds of talent as well as work closely with the State and public delivery system that inform the current development narrative. The case can also inform learners of principles of design that can help organisations calibrate how they formalise and professionalise as they grow to scale.
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